Forum:There should be a female protagonist in the next GTA

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So the other night I was with my friend and we were talking about how in every GTA game, there has only been male protagonists. Theres nothing really wrong with playing as a guy, but I'm pretty sure there are girls playing GTA out there and probably want to play as a character they can relate to or something. I think it would be pretty sweet to like play as a prostitute or ex stripper and totally kick drug lord ass. I'm just saying that a story like that would make one hell of a game.

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NO! there should never be a female protagonist. EVER! It's not saints row 2, which is just absolutely ridiculous. I dont believe rockstar will make a female protagonist anyway so im not worried.

Yes, I agree with this.....And I think Lola Del Rio, the girl from the cover art for GTA4 fits the bill perfectly........HarveyH92 23:25, August 11, 2010 (UTC)



Although GTA does have female fans, the amount of male players would GREATLY outnumber them. And, although I'm sure there are some very strong woman out there, I don't think the idea of a woman criminal completing jobs for gangsters is very realistic, even in the GTA universe. Tornmuscle 23:27, August 11, 2010 (UTC)

i can see a female protagonist in a gta game, but she has to be really really hot --Lozzy94 01:48, August 12, 2010 (UTC)

I can't see it happening unless she is ugly. If she is Lola, then the press would have a field day about R* being sexist

It will be a male protagonist. It was ridiculous that u could play Saint's Row 2 as a woman, rubbish game anyway but that was ridiculous. Action/Adventure, especially GTA is a mans job.

there is no way rockstar or any other game designers would make an ugly female protagonist, one of the reasons why there hot is to get guys attention.--Lozzy94 00:24, August 14, 2010 (UTC)

You all are sexist pigs. It wouldn't be bad for there to atleast have a DLC where it's protaginist is a woman. you all make me sick with those comments. Women can do alot more now of days. And one of the main reasons GTA does not have alot of female fans is that you can only play as a man. Women are more than capable of handling a job like GTA. KSR 01:12, August 14, 2010 (UTC)Karensarahrocks

I guess you are right Karen. I think Lola would be an OK protagonist, only if she isn't a prostitute, maybe a female hitman. And if she wears a hoodie and is completely badass. The thing is, Men only bought Tomb Raider because Lara Croft was hot, and if a woman was protagonist, men wouldn't buy the game because of the amazing gameplay, mindblowing storyline, or any of that, they would buy it because there is a hot protagonist to stare at. that said, if done right, Lola could be an excellent or at least above average, protagonistDelo19xcrowbarx 07:12, August 14, 2010 (UTC)

i only bought Perfect Dark Zero because there was a hot protagonist.--Lozzy94 08:20, August 14, 2010 (UTC)

There will NEVER, be a female protagonist. It would be very silly of Rockstar to do that, and Rockstar are not that daft. Women just don't fit the type of game GTA is, it was rubbish in Saints Row but that isn't meant to be realistic. It's like women and football, even though there are real teams for women, it is just not for them.

Look everyone a sexist pig! A woman can do more and are more than capable of GTA sure the protaginist would have to be hot but who cares! If anything like i said before there should be atleast a DLC where the protaginist was a woman. If there was a Main GTA game where the protaginist was a hot woman excpect to see plenty of women and men on Xbox like or PS3 network. KSR 15:04, August 14, 2010 (UTC)Karensarahrocks

Not sexist, Realist. Women are terrible drivers as well, and driving is a core aspect of GTA! NT92 15:32, August 14, 2010 (UTC)

men are the stronger sex. Woman should just get back in the kitchenDelo19xcrowbarx 04:20, August 15, 2010 (UTC)